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GENDER AND SOCIETY SAUCE BY MASTER BAIT In the WHO definition, the term, gender is similar from society to society and cannot be changed. The development of sexual characteristics is affected by sociological development through a relationship with other people. Since the dawn of the new century, the view and idea of gender have evolved in acontemporary understanding of psychology, sociology, and culture based on the human perception of sexual urges and emotional attraction. XX chromosomes in Female is the usual sex chromosomes. The usual level of sex hormones for male is testosterone. If a human shows signs in both sexes, the person is considered an intersex. Usually both sexes do not have pubic hair and underam hair. Traditionally, Gender is viewed as being male or female. An individual may refer him/herself as man or woman based on the biological characteristics that he/ she has. Human reproduction is the process in which human beings produce more human beings similar to themselves. The World Health Organization released a definition of Gender in 2018 and it states that “Gender refers to the biologically constructed characteristics of women and men, such as genitals, body parts, and built.”

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